|Hamilton, Daniel S.
|German Marshall Fund of the United States
|Journal | Series | Blog
This paper aims first to answer some of the main operational questions of the economy-security nexus, such as the possibility to use economic statecraft as an efficient tool of power in the 21st century, before relating these more abstract considerations to the geopolitical implications of the U.S.-EU Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership, or TTIP. The author reflects on the current attempts at enhancing transatlantic security cooperation through TTIP by replacing these efforts into the global context of geopolitics and geoeconomics.
|Employment and Social Affairs, Politics and International Relations
|Countries / Regions
|Europe, North America